Riello UPS signs CAN/US Enviro-Energy as first Canadian distributor
Riello UPS, the fourth largest manufacturer of Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) in the world, has extended its distribution partnership in Canada with Enviro-Energy - a division of Liaison Can. /U.S. Logistics Inc.
November 2, 2015 By SP&T Staff
Originally established with a vision to provide dedicated transport and logistics services for batteries as they fall under strict transportation regulation, Enviro-Energy has successfully grown into a critical power system integrator to offer complete turnkey solutions: decommissioning & recycling services, DC power plants, inverters systems, battery installation and battery monitoring systems, and now UPS systems.
Enviro-Energy will assume responsibility for marketing and sales of three phase UL-listed Riello UPS products, from their Quebec headquarters. In addition to distributing Riello UPS systems, Enviro-Energy can assist customers with all aspects of pre-sale and after-sale service, including commissioning and maintenance.
“Prior to selecting a company’s products to distribute, we thoroughly evaluate the company’s values and product reliability,” said Enviro-Energy Director Mario Loyer. “We’re very excited to be working with Riello UPS. They have world class products and a reputation to match, combined with an affordable price point. They are a perfect complement to the other critical power products and logistics services that we provide”
“This is a great partnership for customers in many industries because Enviro-Energy has forged a great reputation from their legacy of service,” said Business Development Manager for Riello UPS Ed Kwiatkowski. “Now Canadian customers can benefit from pre-sale systems design, top notch UL listed equipment, and post-sale commissioning and maintenance – for complete turnkey capabilities.”
The UL listed Riello UPS product line covers a wide range of power ratings, from 60-250 kVA, and is ideal for data centers, manufacturing facilities, automation, broadcast environments, critical communications/telecommunications, hospitals/medical facilities, schools, as well as industrial and commercial facilities.
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